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Looking to the future for being well-seen: further evidences about the normative feature of the future time perspective

Abstract : Recently, the normativity of the Future Time Perspective construct (FTP) has been demonstrated in a French context. In this article, we intend to address the normativity of FTP in other European countries experiencing the crisis and facing important uncertainties regarding their future. The present research aims to replicate and extend this sociocognitive approach to FTP to two other Western societies. Two studies were conducted in Greece and Portugal, using the self-presentation (Study 1) and the judge paradigm (Study 2) of the sociocognitive approach. On the whole, results reveal a general valorization of the FTP construct in these two contexts. Findings are discussed in relation to the hypothesis that FTP is a social norm in contemporary Western societies.
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Séverin Guignard, Raquel Bertoldo, Katerina Goula, Thémis Apostolidis. Looking to the future for being well-seen: further evidences about the normative feature of the future time perspective. Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale = International review of social psychology, Presses Universitaires de Grenoble, 2015, 28, pp.7-23. ⟨hal-01888464⟩

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